Category Archives: law

War Against ISIS: Here We Go Again

By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report Reuters, via Landov It is easy to predict what will happen as the United States chooses to start another overseas war. It’s easy because we’ve done it so many times before and once … Continue reading

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Puppets are people, my friend

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Getting Real

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Shhhh–The Government Doesn’t Want You To See This Edward Snowden Interview

The Vimeo video of Snowden’s interview that I posted has already disappeared. So far there is a link in the article that I posted that you can go to in order to see the video.http://benswann.com/media-blacks-out-new-snowden-interview-the-government-doesnt-want-you-to-see/ We’ll see if that one lasts. … Continue reading

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Freedom of Corporate Choice

Today, A Federal Appeals Court Killed Free Speech on the Internet The Internet will now be controlled by a handful of companies. By Ben Collins/ Esquire/ January 14, 2014 Today, a federal appeals court handed over control of free speech on … Continue reading

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How To Be a Helpful Citizen

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The American Injustice System

By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report ** Willie Smith Ward, 43, a habitual offender, attempted to steal a $35 rack of pork ribs from a grocery store in Waco, Texas. SENTENCE:  50 years in prison. He must serve at least a … Continue reading

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NOT TOO BIG TO JAIL

Iceland’s jailed bankers ‘a model’ for dealing with ‘financial terrorists’ RT/ December 14, 2013 By jailing four top officers of Iceland’s failed Kaupthing Bank, the country showed the world the right way to deal with the people largely responsible for … Continue reading

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Your Disappearing Civil Liberties

A New York Times Op-Doc 

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THE SHAM DEMOCRACY

How America Was Lost By Paul Craig Roberts/ paulcraigroberts.org/ November 7, 2013 “No legal issue arises when the United States responds to a challenge to its power, position, and prestige.” Dean Acheson , 1962, speaking to the American Society of … Continue reading

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